Makers looking to create bench power supply is with multiple voltage outputs may be interested in a new ATX Breakout Board which supports all PC power supplies.
Check out the demonstration video below to learn more about how the ATX Breakout Board functions can transform any PC power system into a desktop power supply saving you considerable cash.
The £22 ATX Breakout Board is perfect for makers who need to test different projects but would rather not outplay lots of cash on a consumer bench power supply. Specifications include:
• Size: 100mm x 50mm x 35mm
• Output Voltages: 12V, 5V, 3.3V, 12-35V
• Max Output Current: 20 Amp
• Max Output Current Boost Converter: 4 Amp
• Max Output Current USB: 5 Amp
• No tool output ports
• On-Board Boost Converter
• Wire Size Max: 12 AWG
• Wire Size Min: 28 AWG
• Blue LED power on indication
The ATX Breakout board V2.0 is compatible with 20 pin and 24 pin power supplies, there is also an extra 4 pin connector to take advantage of the 12V CPU Power for extra current output. The output voltages are 12V, 5V and 3.3V (20 Amp MAX) There is a voltage boost converter on-board that outputs 12V – 35V (4 Amp MAX) Also included is a Dual USB Charging port, which has a jumper attached to it allowing you to use either 5V Standby power or Normal 5V (5 Amp MAX)
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News